Japan Sending Another Probe To Return Asteroid Samples

Credit: JAXA/Akihiro Ikeshita
Europe’s Philae comet lander is quiet now, after a spectacular performance snatching a wealth of science data from the jaws of defeat after a serious malfunction of its landing-sequence systems. While the tiny lander’s systems quietly fail for want of enough sunlight to recharge its batteries, the...

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